INN101 Collaborative Learning in a Cognitive World
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM Wednesday, November 16
Expo Hall—Innovation Showcase Stage
Collaborative and social tools have transformed how people work together and perform their jobs. These tools and concepts, however, are not yet being used as they could or should be within the learning life cycle—so organizations continue to miss out on key opportunities to optimize the learning experience. This will become even more crucial as L&D moves beyond person-to-person to also encompass personalized interactions with cognitive-based platforms. This session will provide insight into identifying opportunities and implementing new approaches based on real-world examples. It will also provide an overview of an IBM cognitive-based solution that demonstrates the possibilities.
Dawn Jaglowski is an offering manager within the IBM Smarter Workforce Learn group. Her responsibilities focus around defining a comprehensive strategy across the Learn offerings. Dawn has worked in software development for the majority of her career across multiple functions such as architecture, engineering, quality assurance, and technical sales support, with over 15 years of that experience within the offering/product management domain. Dawn has an undergraduate degree from the University of Central Florida and an MBA from Rollins College. Her background also includes creating and delivering learning content as an instructor in both corporate and higher education environments.